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Titolo:
Too Much Of Nothing
Interprete:
Peter, Paul And Mary
Stile:
Folk Rock
Rilasciato:
1967
Numero di catalogo:
7092
Paese:
Canada
MP3 dimensione dell'album:
2729 mb
FLAC dimensione dell'album:
2451 mb
Genere:
Etichetta:
Warner Bros. Records

Tracklist


1Too Much Of Nothing
Written-By – Bob Dylan
2The House Song
Written-By – Stookey, Bannard


Versioni


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
7092Peter, Paul And Mary Too Much Of Nothing ‎(7", Single)Warner Bros. Records7092US1967
WB 7092Peter, Paul And Mary Too Much Of Nothing ‎(7", Single)Warner Bros. RecordsWB 7092Netherlands1968
WB 7092Peter, Paul & Mary Too Much Of Nothing ‎(7", Single)Warner Bros. RecordsWB 7092UK1967
A 7092Peter, Paul And Mary Too Much Of Nothing ‎(7", Single)Warner Bros. RecordsA 7092Germany1968
WV 5089Peter, Paul And Mary Too Much Of Nothing ‎(7", Single)Warner Bros. RecordsWV 5089France1968


Crediti


  • Directed By [Music]Milton Okun
  • ProducerAlbert B. Grossman, Milton Okun


Video



Album


Too Much of Nothing is a song written by Bob Dylan in 1967, first released by him on the album The Basement Tapes 1975. One of the most haunting themes of The Basement Tapes is an apprehension of the void. Shelton hears in this song an echo of the bald statement that Lear makes to his daughter Cordelia, Nothing will come of nothing act I, scene 1. Marcus asserts that this was one of the songs recorded at the end of the basement summer in August or September 1967. He writes that these songs. Текст песни: Too much of nothin' can make a man feel ill at ease One mans temper might rise, while the other mans temper might freeze In the days of long confessions, we can not mock a soul When theres too much of nothin', no one has control. Too much of nothin' can make a man feel ill at ease One mans temper might rise, while the other mans temper might freeze In the days of long confessions, we can not mock a soul When theres too much of nothin', no one has control. Bob Dylan's Too Much Of Nothing is a track from Peter, Paul & Mary's 1968 album, Late Again. Current track: Too Much NothingToo Much Nothing. Watch the video for Too Much Of Nothing from Peter, Paul & Mary's The Best Of Peter, Paul And Mary: Ten Years Together for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar , Paul and Mary. Peter, Paul & Mary Debut Album Moving. Peter, Paul and Mary. 2016 Bonus Track Version. 24 Grandes Canciones. It's Raining. On this page you can download song Peter, Paul & Mary - Too Much Of Nothing in mp3 and listen online. Peter, Paul & Mary. The Collection CD1 - The Best Known And Loved. Watch music video Peter, Paul & Mary - Too Much Of Nothing online. Update music video. Send lyrics Send translation. Similar songs. UFO - Too Much Of Nothing. Mud - Too Much Of Nothing. Fotheringay - Too Much Of Nothing. 9Planets - Too Much Of Nothing. Spooky Tooth - Too Much Of Nothing. Bob Dylan - Too much of nothing. Mushroomhead - Too Much Nothing. Mai Tai - Too Much Of Nothing. The Questionnaires - Too Much Of Nothing. Released: Aug 2005. Label: RhinoWarner Records. Peter, Paul And Mary With Symphony Orchestra -. Deep Water. The Solo Recordings. Peter, Paul And Mary - Too Much Nothing Remastered LP Version 02:29, 320Kbs. Peter, Paul And Mary - If I Had A Hammer Remastered LP Version 02:01, 320Kbs. MARY TRAVERS - Follow Me Remastered LP Version 02:39, 320Kbs. On this page you can listen to the album, get information about the album, see the list of songs and much more. Most important - you can download the album The Very Best of Peter, Paul and Mary to your computer or phone absolutely free of charge, and without registration. Listen online and stay in a good mood. Album: The Very Best of Peter, Paul and Mary 2005. Too Much Of Nothing. Lemon Tree. Yet Peter, Paul, and Mary were much more than urbane and well-educated Jewish intellectuals singing traditional and avant-garde folk music. First released on LP in 1970, this greatest hits album contains several of the big hits by Peter, Paul, and Mary, the folk trio from the '60's whose classic works include Puff the Magic Dragon and their covers of Pete Seeger's If I Had a Hammer, John Denver's Leaving on a Jet Plane, and Dylan's Blowin' in the Wind

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